It’s the semi-finals of the 2022 Heineken Champions Cup and we welcome the current holders and five-time winners, Toulouse to Aviva Stadium for what is sure to be another mouth-watering game of rugby (KO 3pm).
This Saturday, we’re hopeful of a full (blue) house where the victor will secure their place in the final in Marseille on May 28th.
The Official Leinster Supporters Club (OLSC) has compiled the following broadcast information for those of you unable to make the game:
Ireland and UK: LIVE on BT Sport 1 from 2.30pm
France: LIVE on beIN Sports
South Africa: LIVE on SuperSport Action
RTE Radio 1: LIVE updates as part of Saturday Sport
Leinster battle title holders Toulouse in the final four of the 21/22 Heineken Champions Cup as they continue their bid to add a fifth star to the blue jersey.
A convincing win over Leicester Tigers in the last eight was a lot more routine than the manner in which their next opponents progressed.
🏉 | 𝗧𝗵𝗶𝘀 𝘄𝗶𝗹𝗹 𝘄𝗵𝗲𝘁 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗲𝘁𝗶𝘁𝗲!
Relive our epic 2006 #HeinekenChampionsCup clash with Toulouse. 🤩 🔥
— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) May 12, 2022
Where is Leinster v Toulouse?
Leinster are the home team for the semi-final draw, having finished higher than the French champions in the pool phase of the tournament.
The Blues will welcome Toulouse back to Dublin’s Aviva Stadium — where they got the better of Munster in a penalty shootout in the previous round.
When is Leinster v Toulouse?
The match takes place on Saturday, May 14.
What time is kick-off?
It is an afternoon fixture, and will commence at 3pm.
What TV channel is Leinster v Toulouse on?
The fixture will be shown live on BT Sport 1.
Pre-match build-up begins at 2.30pm, 30 minutes ahead of kick off.
Leinster hopeful on Healy and O’Brien for Toulouse tie
Leinster may be without Cian Healy and Jimmy O’Brien for Saturday’s Heineken Champions Cup semi-final against Toulouse.
The prop and winger were removed for head injury assessments during the second half of their 23-14 victory over Leicester on Saturday.
Healy came on as a 61st-minute replacement for Andrew Porter before leaving for his HIA five minutes before the end, while O’Brien was replaced by Tommy O’Brien in the 71st minute.
They will follow the return-to-play protocols, say the province.
“Yeah, they will both be good to go once they’ve gone through the procedures so hopefully we can welcome back them back this week,” assistant coach Robin McBryde told RTÉ Sport.
Lock James Ryan (concussion) and hooker Rónan Kelleher (shoulder) have both been given the all clear, while Max Deegan (shoulder) has returned to full training and will come into contention for a back row spot.
Wing Jordan Larmour is due to step up his training as he works his way back from a hip injury, while scrum-half Nick McCarthy will be assessed later in the week for a shoulder issue.
Tickets for Saturday’s game at the Aviva Stadium (3pm) went on sale this afternoon.
It will be the French and European champions’ second match in the week at the stadium following their quarter-final shoot-out-victory over Munster.